You may suffer some pain from time to time such as joints and muscle, headaches or back pain. In fact, sudden pain is an important reaction of the nervous system that helps alert you to possible injury. When an injury occurs, pain signals travel from the injured area up your spinal cord and to your brain. Pain will usually become less severe as the injury heals.
However, chronic pain is different from typical pain. With chronic pain, your body continues to send pain signals to your brain, even after an injury heals. This can last several weeks to years. Chronic pain can limit your mobility and reduce your flexibility, strength, and endurance. This may make it challenging to get through daily tasks and activities.
If your pain becomes chronic, what are the alternatives to taking painkillers, which can have dangerous side effects? Here I explain how the right nutrition plus simple lifestyle changes can make a huge difference to your pain, so you don’t have to continue suffering,